Watertown Girls Varsity Volleyball

  • Overall Record: 34 - 7
  • Conference Record: 14 - 0
  1. Mackailyn Cherry SR
  2. Ali COnrad SR
  3. Sydney Murrel SR
  4. Brittni Allison JR
  5. Brookelyn Davis JR
  6. Natalie Fountain JR
  7. Mikayla Nix JR
  8. Faith Pulley JR
  9. Mackenzie Whitley JR
  10. Morgan Brown SO
  11. Carson Cowan SO
  12. Gala Holbrooks SO
  13. Abby Parkerson SO
  14. Alie Tunks SO
  15. Chloe Poston FR

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Purple Tigers Earn Fourth Consecutive State Tournament Appearance

Watertown volleyball will be making their forth tournament appearance after dominating Community High School in Thursday’s Class A Sectional.  The lady tigers won the contest in three straight sets led by senior Brooklyn Davis who boasted an impressive stat line of 8 kills, 22 assists, 5 aces, 6 digs, and 2 assisted blocks. The lady

Volleyball Pink Night

The Watertown volleyball team is set to host a Pink out game against Lebanon High School on September 29th. The shirts will be sold for $5 and will be ordered using the link below. The volleyball team is also selling team shirts for $4. These shirts have their 20/20 vision statement. The volleyball team would

Cherry Signs With Montreat College Volleyball

Watertown High volleyball standout Mackailyn Cherry signed scholarship papers Thursday morning with Montreat College, an NAIA program in North Carolina. Cherry, a setter, helped lead Watertown to the TSSAA Class 1A finals and an overall record of 35-7/ The daughter of Steve and Tonya Cherry, she enjoyed a serve percentage of 89.4 percent on 435 chances in 42 matches. Mackailyn

Lady Tigers Finish State Runner-Up

The magical season for the Lady Purple Tiger Volleyball team, has come to an end.  But not without reaching the pinnacle of what they set out to play for–a State Championship.  The Lady Purple Tigers reached the finals of the State Tournament–a feat no other team from Watertown High School has done before.  They gained

Lady Purple Tigers Dominate And Return To State Tournament

Watertown will be making a third consecutive trip to the TSSAA state volleyball tournament next week after blanking Chattanooga School of Arts & Science 3-0 in Thursday’s Class A sectional. Scores: 25-15, 25-21 and 25-14. Down 9-8 to CSAS in the third game, a screaming kill from outside hitter Brookelyn Davis restored order and the Purple Tigers

Lady Purple Tigers Volleyball 3 PEAT As Region Champs

The Lady Purple Tiger Volleyball took to their home court on Monday night, and hosted the Region Tournament.  With commanding three set wins over Merrol Hyde and East Robertson, the Lady Purple Tigers have three-peated as Region Champions and are one win away from reaching the State Tournament for a third straight year.  The victories

Lady Tigers REPEAT As CHAMPS

The Lady Tiger Volleyball Team repeated as District and District Tournament Champions last week.  They went through league play undefeated, and in the tournament defeated Clay County in the semi-finals and Gordonsville in the championship.  The Lady Tigers return to the court tonight, as they host the Region tournament with a shot to move on to

Upperman No Match in Volleyball

The WHS Lady Purple  Tigers defeated the Upperman Bees in three sets on Monday night 25-11, 25-5, 25-22, for an overall record of 25-4. The Tigers set the tone on defense making only 3 defensive errors in three sets. Libero Sydney Murrell had 29 digs, Alie Tunks 21, Faith Pulley 9, Brookelyn Davis 5, Natalie Fountain

Purple Tiger Athletes of the Week

In the photo below, John Greer Jr., is recognizing the “Athletes of The Week”, from  Watertown High School for the week ending September 21st, 2019. Mr. Greer presented these student athletes, a Certificate of Recognition and an Athlete of The Week T-shirt, for their achievements. The WHS Lady Purple Tiger Athletes of The Week are soccer

Volleyball Just Keeps Rolling

The Lady Purple Tigers Volleyball team picked up yet another district win on Thursday night, Senior night, against the visitors from Gordonsville.  It was nothing less than a dominating performance from the Lady Purple Tigers as they won is three sets with scores of 25-18, 25-12, and 25-7. The Lady Tigers will be back home Monday